Disco Biscuits Live at B.B. King's Blues Club & Grill on 2004-06-07
Set I: Recreational Chemistry > Meat > M.E.M.P.H.I.S. > Save the Robots > M.E.M.P.H.I.S., World is Spinning, Above the Waves
Set II: jam > Stand Up & Be Counted, Nobody Does it Better > Sophisticated Cissy Strut Jam
Collection DiscoBiscuitsBand/Artist Disco BiscuitsVenue B.B. King's Blues Club & GrillLocation New York City, NYSource mk4 > KC5 active cables > cmc6 bodies > Sonosax SX-M2 > Minime > Da-p1Lineage D5 > Monster s/pdif > Audiophile2496 > sound forge 6.0(resample 48k>44.1k) > CDWave > mkwACT v.97b > shn (seek tables appended)Taped by Eytan BernetTransferred by Dan Reese
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Set I: Aaron Magner (keys), Marc Brownstein (bass), Vinnie Amico (drums), Al Schnier (guitar), Cyro Baptista (percussion) with appearances by Michael Kang, Jon Gutwillig, and Sam Altman.
Set II: Benevento, Brownstein, Kang, Cheme, Schnier, Loughlin, Garvey, Russo with appearances by Derhak, Magner, and one of moe.'s roadies on drums.
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February 15, 2005
great night of music
i have to disagree...i think the whole rec chem>meat>M.E.M.P.H.I.S. is pretty damn intense...even mindblowing. maybe i'm just easy to please. but i do agree with one thing...i was there...and i cannot believe how good this recording sounds considering the "conditions" in there that night. this is worth getting...i listen to it all the time.
October 14, 2004
moe. roadie on drums
That was Cass. Exellent show overall! Having all the different bands come together was a special treat.
August 13, 2004
fun show at b.b. king's
this is a very clear recording. I caouldn't believe that someone was able to set up a rig in that mayhem and still produce a HQ recording. The jams were fun. Nothing too mindblowing though.